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  • and this time i saw moriyaoo's presentation on most promising yet unknown/little known jobs.
    cant find normal topics eh? :D
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  1. SUPERHEROES
  2. SUPERMAN
  3. STORYBorn Kal-El on the planet Krypton, Superman was rocketed toEarth as an infant by his scientist father Jor-El, moments beforeKryptons destruction.Discovered and adopted by a Kansas farmer and his wife, thechild is raised as Clark Kent and imbued with a strong moralcompass.Very early he started to display superhuman abilities, whichupon reaching maturity he resolved to use for the benefit ofhumanity.
  4. POWERS & ABILITIESFlightSuper strengthSuper speedVision powersSuper hearingSuper breathVulnerable to Kryptonite
  5. SUPPORTING CASTAdoptive Parents, John and Martha KentColleague, Lois LaneCoworkers, Jimmy Olsen and Perry WhiteBest Friend, Pete Ross
  6. ENEMIESLex LuthorBrainiacDoomsdayDarkseidBizarroGeneral Zod
  7. CONCLUSIONSuperman has come to be seen as both an American culturalicon and the first comic book superhero. His adventures andpopularity have established the character as an inspiring forcewithin the public eye, with the character serving as inspirationfor musicians, comedians and writers alike, so much so that thephrase "Im not Superman" or alternatively "youre notSuperman" is an idiom used to suggest a lack of invincibility.
  8. BATMAN
  9. STORYBereaved Orphan to Masked Vigilante
  10. TRAITSWealthPhysical prowessDeductive abilitiesObsession
  11. EQUIPMENTBatsuitBatwingBatarangUtility BeltBat Mobile
  12. SUPPORTING CHARACTERSCommissioner James “Jim” GordonLucius FoxRobinNightwingBatgirl
  13. ENEMIES Joker Scarecrow Catwoman Penguin Two Face Riddler Mr. Freeze Poison Ivy Ra’s al Ghul
  14. CONCLUSIONBatmans most definingcharacteristic is his strongcommitment to justice and hisunwillingness to take life,regardless of the situationwith which he is faced.
  15. IRON MAN
  16. STORYA wealthy industrialist Tony Stark is forced to buildan armored suit after a life-threatening incident, heultimately decides to use its technology to fightagainst evil.
  17. Iron Mans primary powers come from his armored suit.
  18. ABILITIES• Industrial Genius• Expert Engineer• Astute Businessman• Skilled Combatant• Brilliant Tactician• Indomitable Will
  19. POWERSSuperhuman Strength Superhuman Speed Flight Repulsor Rays Unibeam Pulse bolts Array of weapons
  20. ENEMIES Iron Monger Titanium Man Dynamo Hammer Ghost Whiplash Mandarin
  21. CONCLUSIONA “cool exec with a heart of steel”, Tony Stark is theinvincible Iron Man, fighting for justice as a modern dayknight in high-tech armor.
  22. GREEN LANTERN
  23. STORYThe Guardians, the Corps and the Ring
  24. POWERS AND ABILITIESConstructs of green solid-energy‘Force Field GenerationFlightTeleportationTime TravelTelepathyHypnosisAccelerated healing of wounds
  25. THE OATH “In brightest day, in blackest night, No evil shall escape my sight Let those who worship evils might,Beware my power... Green Lanterns light!”
  26. CONCLUSION Green Lantern is symbolic of but one thing- willpower. Will is character in action. Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.
  27. SPIDERMAN
  28. STORY When bitten by a genetically modified spider, a nerdy, shy, and awkward high school student gains spider-like abilities that he eventually must use to fight evil as a superhero.
  29. POWERSAbility to cling to wallsSuperhuman strengthA sixth sense ("spider-sense")Superhuman speed and agility
  30. SUPPORTING CHARACTERS Aunt, May Parker Uncle and Father Figure, Been Parker Parker’s Boss, J. Jonah Jameson College Friend, Gwen Stacy Best Friend & later his Wife, Mary Jane Watson
  31. ENEMIESGreen GoblinDoctor OctopusVenomLizardSandmanRhinoHammerhead
  32. CONCLUSIONPeter Parker, a teenage high school student and personbehind Spider-Mans secret identity to whose "self-obsessions with rejection, inadequacy, and loneliness"one can relate had to learn for himself that "with greatpower there must also come great responsibility"
  33. CAPTAIN AMERICA
  34. STORY Captain America is the alter ego of Steve Rogers, a frail young man who was enhanced to the peak of human perfection by an experimental serum in order to aid the United States war effort.
  35. TRAITSA "perfect" specimen of human development andconditioning, Captain Americasstrength, endurance, agility, speed, reflexes, durability, andhealing are at the zenith of natural human potential.He is also highly resistant to hypnosis or gases that could limit hisfocus.
  36. EQUIPMENTCaptain America uses a nigh-indestructible disc-shapedshield made from an experimental alloy of steel and thefictional vibranium as an offensive throwing weapon.His uniform is made of a fire-retardant material, and hewears a lightweight, bulletproof "duralumin" scalearmor beneath his uniform for added protection.Besides, there’s a custom specialized motorcycle, modifiedby the S.H.I.E.L.D. weapons laboratory.
  37. ENEMIES Nazism (Red Skull, Baron Zemo) Neo-Nazism (Crossbones, Doctor Faustus) Technocratic fascism (AIM, Arnim Zola) Communism (Aleksander Lukin) Anarchism (Flag Smasher and Viper)International and domestic terrorism (HYDRA)
  38. CONCLUSIONCaptain America is a shining epitome of a true herosince the times of World War II and continues to bloomas a symbol of justice and patriotism. Although he lackssuperhuman strength, Captain America is one of thefew mortal beings who has been deemed worthyenough to wield Thors hammer.
  39. Nurture your mind with great thoughts; to believe in the heroic makes heroes

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